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Word Derivations - Greek and Latin Bases - Ancient/Classical History
The more Greek and Latin word bases/roots you know the better you will be able to guess the meaning of unfamiliar words derived from Greek or Latin.
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/etymologyresource/qt/072007derivatio.htm
Word Derivations - Quiz On Word Roots - Ancient/Classical History
Quiz on Word Roots: latin root words sans serif font greek and latin roots free newsletter sign greek and latin root words.
http://ancienthistory.about.com/library/bl/newquiz/bl_words_quiz.htm
A Little Etymology - Greek and Latin Roots - Stems, Prefixes, and ...
A few tables to help make sense of compound words by looking at the etymology, Greek and Latin roots and the prefixes and affixes.
http://ancienthistory.about.com/library/weekly/aa052698.htm
Derivation - Definition and Examples in English
In morphology, derivation is the process of creating a new word out of an old word, usually by adding a prefix or a suffix.
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Greek and Latin Word Derivations - Confusing Pairs of Greek and ...
Greek and Latin combining forms that are used in English, especially in medical terms, where they may be confused with one another.
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/etymologyresource/qt/071207roots.htm
The Etymology of Geometry Terms - Ancient/Classical History
Etymology provides a safety net of de-mystification. When all the words you hear are new and confusing, or when those around you put old words to strange ...
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/mathematics/a/061210EtymologyGeometryTerms.htm
Definition and Examples of Etymology - Grammar and Composition
(1) The origin or derivation of a word. (2) The branch of linguistics concerned with the history of the forms and meanings of words.
http://grammar.about.com/od/e/g/etymologyterm.htm
Etymology (Origins of a Word) - Definition, Examples
The etymology of a word refers to its origin and historical development: that is, its earliest known use, its transmission from one language to another, and its ...
http://grammar.about.com/od/words/a/Etymologywords.htm
Shark (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary
1560s, of uncertain origin; apparently the word and the first specimen were brought to London by Capt. John Hawkins's second expedition (landed 1565; see ...
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Word Origin Books - Classic Literature - About.com
Where did the words in language come from? What do the origins of words say about our culture? And, how do the various meanings of words evolve over time.
http://classiclit.about.com/od/wordorigins/tp/aatp_wordorigin.htm
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